PROPSHEETHEADERA_V2 structure (prsht.h)

Defines the frame and pages of a property sheet.

Note

This structure is not intended to be used directly in your code. Instead, use the PROPSHEETHEADER structure.

Syntax

typedef struct _PROPSHEETHEADERA_V2 {
  union {
    HBITMAP hbmWatermark;
    LPCSTR  pszbmWatermark;
  } DUMMYUNIONNAME4;
  HPALETTE hplWatermark;
  union {
    HBITMAP hbmHeader;
    LPCSTR  pszbmHeader;
  } DUMMYUNIONNAME5;
} PROPSHEETHEADERA_V2, *LPPROPSHEETHEADERA_V2;

Members

DUMMYUNIONNAME4

DUMMYUNIONNAME4.hbmWatermark

Type: HBITMAP

Version 5.80 or later. Handle to the watermark bitmap. If the dwFlags member does not include PSH_USEHBMWATERMARK, this member is ignored.

DUMMYUNIONNAME4.pszbmWatermark

Type: LPCTSTR

Version 5.80 or later. Bitmap resource to use as the watermark. This member can specify either the identifier of the bitmap resource or the address of the string that specifies the name of the bitmap resource. If the dwFlags member includes PSH_USEHBMWATERMARK, this member is ignored.

hplWatermark

Type: HPALETTE

Version 5.80 or later. HPALETTE structure used for drawing the watermark bitmap and/or header bitmap. If the dwFlags member does not include PSH_USEHPLWATERMARK, this member is ignored.

DUMMYUNIONNAME5

DUMMYUNIONNAME5.hbmHeader

Type: HBITMAP

Version 5.80 or later. Handle to the header bitmap. If the dwFlags member does not include PSH_USEHBMHEADER, this member is ignored.

DUMMYUNIONNAME5.pszbmHeader

Type: LPCSTR

Version 5.80 or later. Bitmap resource to use as the header. This member can specify either the identifier of the bitmap resource or the address of the string that specifies the name of the bitmap resource. If the dwFlags member includes PSH_USEHBMHEADER, this member is ignored.

Remarks

If the user chooses a setting such as Large Fonts, which enlarges the dialog box, the watermark that is painted on the start and finish pages will be enlarged as well. The size and position of the original bitmap will remain the same. The additional area will be filled with the color of the pixel in the upper-left corner of the bitmap.

Note that several members of this structure are only supported for Comctl32.dll versions 4.71 and later. You can enable these members by including one of the following in your header.

#define _WIN32_IE 0x0400 // For version 4.71

or

#define _WIN32_IE 0x0500 // For version 5.80

However, you must initialize the structure with its size. If you use the size of the currently defined structure, the application may not run with the earlier versions of Comctl32.dll, which expect a smaller structure. This includes all systems with Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 that do not have Internet Explorer 4.0 or later installed. You can run your application on pre-4.71 versions of Comctl32.dll by defining the appropriate version number. However, this may cause problems if your application also needs to run on systems with more recent versions.

You can remain compatible with all Comctl32.dll versions by using the current header files and setting the size of the PROPSHEETHEADER structure appropriately. Before you initialize the structure, use the DllGetVersion function to determine which Comctl32.dll version is installed on the system. If it is version 4.71 or greater, use

psh.dwSize = sizeof(PROPSHEETHEADER);

to initialize the dwSize member. For earlier versions, the size of the pre-4.71 structure is given by the PROPSHEETHEADER_V1_SIZE constant. Use

psh.dwSize = PROPSHEETHEADER_V1_SIZE;

The PSH_WIZARD, PSH_WIZARD97, and PSH_WIZARD_LITE styles are mutually incompatible. Only one of these style flags should be set. PSH_AEROWIZARD should be combined with PSH_WIZARD.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]
Header prsht.h